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sambuca2907

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Megger MFT 1552 users, Has anyone used or know of a suitable replacement carry case for their Megger?

The Megger case is .... well as most of you know a bit of a pig!
 
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trebor

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H i I had the big old hard case which was not very user friendly, I now keep it in a nice padded dell laptop case, easy to carry over your shoulder and takes all the paper and certs as well:)
 
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sambuca2907

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Yes that's the wording I was aiming for! Not very user friendly! Shame Megger haven't got a nicely designed one like the Fluke!

Laptop bag/case would be good - padded, most you can re-arrange the inside compartments, and lots of separate pockets for accessories and paperwork as you said.
 
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Bulmer

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The early MFTs came from megger with a laptop style case, then changed it to the plastic one???
 
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sambuca2907

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Yeh I know - you would have thought they would have seen the Fluke one and thought... hold on... we could do something nice with this lol
 
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Bulmer

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Get the best of both worlds. Keep your Megger then find a Fluke case to put it in:cool:
 
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ezzzekiel

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megger still sell the carry bag for the 1552
 
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4x4 mark

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it fits in the center compartment of the ck tech carry case with two side compartments for tools and paper work. there was a post a while ago about crimptool.com selling them much cheaper than anywhere else.
 
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